Some of the radionuclides in the Sun may come from supernovae in nearby star clusters

Multi-wavelength observations of star-forming region in Ophiuchius constellation bring clues to the history of our own solar system. Using data from several telescopes on the ground and in space, astronomers trace aluminum-16 radionuclides to nearby star cluster.

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